Use this website to link to five critical DICCE resources.

Four links are to pages on DICCE-Giovanni, which provides user-friendly access to key types of Earth system data relevant to the study of climate, as well as background resources. The fifth link is to a tool for authoring and displaying curricula and presentations around the data.

Goes to Links to DICCE Giovanni monthly variables.

1. The DICCE-Giovanni Basic Climate Data Portal brings you Earth system data sets showing monthly averages or totals. YOU CAN GENERATE MAPS AND TIME SERIES GRAPHS OF THE DAILY DATA FROM HERE.

DICCE-Giovanni Daily Climate Data Portal

2. The DICCE-Giovanni Daily Climate Data Portal brings you Earth system data sets showing daily averages or totals. YOU CAN GENERATE MAPS AND TIME SERIES GRAPHS OF THE DAILY DATA FROM HERE.

DICCE-Giovanni Resource page

3. The DICCE-Giovanni Resource page gives you background information about the different monthly and data sets available to you as well as links to additional supportive resources such as YouTube videos which explain how to use the software.

DICCE-Giovanni Help page

4. The DICCE-Giovanni Extended Help page provides short summaries about each type of data ("data parameter") available to you.

DICCE Learning Environment

5. DICCE Learning Environment presents hands-on activities, assessments, and presentations concerning the DICCE-Giovanni data sets. Each set of activities, assessments and presentations is called a "project." Most projects pose questions to students, and provide answer keys. If you are a registered author, and you have logged in to the DICCE Learning Environment, you can see the answers (if you want to become a registered author, contact danroyzal@gmail.com). However, if you want to see the answers and are not a registered author, log in on the Learning Environment site with the user name "guest" and the password "climate." Please note that this information about how to see the answers is deliberately not on the DICCE Learning Environment site so that you have control of whether you want your students to see the answers. Of course you can always give students that privilege by telling them that they too can log in this way.